The rich imperial stout which was brewed with chocolate malt and flavoured with Madagascar vanilla was born from the co-operation with the brewmaster from St. Petersburg.
This proud beer might have fit to the tables of the Czar’s court in the old days but the aficionados of craft beers are entitled to enjoy it nowadays.
ABV: 11.0% OG: 26.3P FG: 7.9P IBU: 110 EBC: 150
This bittersweet amber lager has been attracting beer aficionados for centuries. The centuries have polished this beer to the perfection, so there is not really much to add by the modern brewmaster.
The beer finds it’s modern twist through you. Through your confidence, curiosity and good nature. That’s why you are sought after companion to spend the evening together.
Experience: The glass is filled with bright and clear amber lager, covered with a thick head. Aroma is a sweet mix of sweet Munich malt, nobel Saaz hops, and fruity and spicy character from the lager yeast.
In the crisp sip, fine-tuned bitterness of the hops keeps the sweetness of the malt firmly under control. Märzen is classy and noble beer style. It does not run in the middle of the dance-room to dominate the scene but quietly waits for a proper moment to prove itself as a great companion. Bratwurst is an easy choice, but why not try our beer with grilled zucchini or dark chocolate cake.
In the aftertaste sweet malt and bitter hops keep their dancing their beautiful dance. Humbly and politely of course. Märzen is not your typical “in your face” craft beer but balanced and surprisingly universal and enjoyable drink.
ABV: 5.2% OG: 13.1P FG: 3.5P IBU: 24 EBC: 15
According to the legend, a local hero, called Pkharmat, brought fire from the gods on top of the Kazbek Mountain and gave it to the humans thus starting the nahi people. Pkharmat himself didn’t have much luck. The evil god Sela chased him down, chained to the Kazbek Mountain and every morning Ida the falcon comes to feast on his liver.
In addition to the fire, wild hops that are one of the ancestors to Kazbek hops, originate from the Caucasus. So now has it come with its lemon balm, mint and ripe papaya aromas to bring fire to the cold and plain world of the American hops. The Master Brewer has managed to stay on good terms with the falcons.
ABV: 4.7% OG: 13.2P FG: 4.5P IBU: 50 EBC: 15
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